2 edition of Design and installation of a sound system to aid passenger evacuation from aircraft found in the catalog.
Design and installation of a sound system to aid passenger evacuation from aircraft
Prepared by the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, Southampton University.
|Statement||M.C. Lower ... [et al.].|
|Series||CAA Paper -- 92001|
|Contributions||Lower, M. C., University of Southampton. Institute of Sound and Vibration Research., Civil Aviation Authority.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Sound to aid in aircraft evacuation. It is clear from the results that the use of cabin crew and directional sound provided the best results in terms of exit usage. The results from using directional sound alone, however, were very similar to those from the combination of cabin crew and sound.
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7 At its 46th session, the Fire Protection Sub-Committee considered two United Kingdom submissions concerning the use of directional sound as an aid to passenger evacuation. EMERGENCY EVACUATION OF COMMERCIAL PASSENGER AEROPLANES 6 C. Crew Coordination Communication and coordination – Crew Resource Management (CRM) Line Oriented Flight Training (LOFT) D.
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If the aircraft experiences a sudden deceleration while a crewmember is unsecured, the result may be incapacitation to that crewmember and an increase of passenger evacuation time. Therefore, crewmember training should emphasize the importance of crewmembers remaining seated and properly restrained until the aircraft comes to a complete stop.
In essence, localizable sounds from sound beacons are used to guide people from point to point along an escape or route, or to mark the locations of exits and doorways. Such systems have been used in various environments, including mines, road tunnels, and aircraft.
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Acoustic cabin design should therefore consider measures beyond noise level reduction altering noise characteristics to improve passengers’ comfort and well-being in the aircraft cabin.
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